Titanium B4.2 12mm Hex Conversion Front Axle Set by JConcepts

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This is the JConcepts Titanium B4.2 12mm Hex Conversion Front Axle Set. These can also be used with the Team Associated B4 and B4.1 1/10 scale buggies when equipped with the optional Team Associated Hex Steering Block Set (ASC9880). One of the best upgrades you can make to the Team Associated line of vehicles is a conversion to 12mm hex wheels. JConcepts has been on top of this conversion since its introduction with hex adapters and Mono wheels. A critical point of the conversion revolves around the front axle and surrounding geometry. Within the steering block the space is very tight and especially between the 2 front bearings where the front axles rest between the bearing bores in 1 plane and the king pin in the perpendicular plane.    

The JConcepts front axle design is based around high-grade titanium material, an outer bearing crush step and an inner 4-40 locknut for security. The design eliminates c-clips, screws and other performance robbing items that can limit performance. The free spinning design includes axles, 4-40 mini lock-nuts, thin axle shims, decal and assembly instructions.   

  • JConcepts design and function
  • High-grade titanium material
  • Design eliminates frustrating components
  • Includes mini 4-40 locknuts
  • Aesthetic jewelry

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This product was added to our catalog on May 29, 2013.

Saturday, Dec 28 2013 (about 4 years ago)
JConcepts Titanium B4.2 12mm Hex Conversion Front Axle Set
Great axles that are very strong, very light and will not rust / corrode. Use aluminum wheel nuts as they are cheaper to replace. Build per drawing and seat the bearings well into the stock plastic housing so all of the included shims are applied between inner bearing and locknut.)